TOPPING OUT CEREMONY AT THE NEW JAMES
Before the final bean for hte struture of the new hsopital was raised into position during a "Topping Out" ceremony on May 21, Ohio State hosted nurerous public officials for a briefing about construction and benefits of the new hospital.
Dr. David Schuller shares information with public officials while touring the hospital construction site.
BEAM SIGNING AT THE STATEHOUSE
Governor Kasich, First Lady Karen Kasich, and numerous Ohio legislators joined the public at the Ohio Statehouse in signing one of the final beams to be placed in the OSU Wexner Medical Center expansion, new James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute and Critical Care Center.
State Sen. Kevin Bacon (left) and Rep. John Carney (right) sign the beam for the new hospital.
STATE SEN. JIM HUGHES TOURS THE HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION SITE
Senator Hughes' visit was part of ongoing efforts to education policymakers about
the development of a world-class factility and its benefits for patient
care, education and research.
Joining Sen. Hughes (left), from left, are David Schuller, MD, Ivce president for Medical Center Expansion and Outreach; David Fuchs, executive director of the Project Management Office; and Jennifer Carlson, Assistant Vice President for External Relations & Advocacy
SECRETARY SEBELIUS AND SEN. BROWN VIST THE NEW JAMES
On February 24, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown visited Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center to tour the construction site for the new James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute and Critical Care Tower Expansion.
Joining U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius (second from elft) and U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (third from left) for a construction site tour are Doug Martin, MD (left), clinical director of Radiation Medicine; Charles Lockwood, MD (second from right), dean of Ohio State College of Medicine; and Jeff Walker (right) senior executive director of the OSUCCC-James.
CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION STAFF TAKE PART IN 'PROJECT MEDICAL EDUCATION'
A dozen health policy staffer from Ohio's congressional delegation visited Ohio State February 21 - 22 to participate in Project Medical Education, an educational program designed for legislative and opinion leaders.
Front row (from left): Alexandria Prolago, Office of Rep. Pat Tiberi; Whitney Koch, Office of Rep. Pat Tiberi; Lisa Collins, Office of Rep. Jim Renacci; Allison Witt, Office of Rep. Bob Latta; Charles Lockwood, MD, Dean, Ohio State College of Medicine; Kara Hauck; Office of Rep. Steve Stivers; Second row (from left): Adam Scheidler, Office of Rep. Steve Chabot; Michael McQueary, Office of Rep. Jean Schmidt; Dustin Gabus, AAMC; Michael Miller, MD, Chair, Department of Plastic Surgery; Stephanie Milburn, Director of Government Relations; Jennifer Carlson, Assistant Vice President for External Relations and Advocacy; Jerry Friedman, Advisory for Health Policy and Government Relations, Associate Vice President; Third Row (from left) Joel Mayerson, MD, Director, Division of Musculoskeletal Oncology; Pat Tully, Office of Rep. Bob Gibbs ; Randee Olney, Office of Rep. Jim Jordan; Derrick Walter, Office of Speaker John Boehner; Erin Richardson, Office of Sen. Sherrod Brown; Elise Connor; Office of Rep. Bill Johnson; Robert Ruberg, MD, Interim Vice Dean of Education
THE JAMES HOSTS SEN. SHERROD BROWN FOR DRUG SHORTAGE ROUNDTALBE
U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown will work with OSUCCC-James to explore legislative action to address a drug-shortage crisis affecting hospitals and patient care across the nation.
U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (at lectern) addresses the national drug shortage crisis at a Jan. 19 roundtable at a discussion hosted by the OSUCCC-James. At left are breast cancer patient Sharon Brown and Michael Grever, MD, Chair of Internal Medicine at Ohio State and co-leader of the Experimental Therapeutics Program at OSUCCC-James.